A DISUSED caravan was destroyed in a fire in Enstone tonight.
7.35: Broadacres Saba 3, Pair Of Shoes, Central Banker, EXCEPTIONAL ART, Carrigmeidh Girl, Skipping Lomu 2.
A 30-year-old man has been jailed after a city-centre robbery.
A team of tennis players from St Helen and St Katharine School has reached the quarter-finals of the National Schools AEGON Team Tennis competition.
Police will host a Have Your Say meeting in Barton next month.
One lucky child in Bicester will get the chance to join the mayor and help turn on the town’s Christmas lights.
Oxfordshire is preparing to honour the latest young soldier to be killed in Afghanistan.
A school reunion is looking for the class of 1972.
A comedy night will raise money for the town’s secondary schools.
POLICE seized about 65 cannabis plants from outbuildings on the edge of Cassington earlier today.
Volunteers are needed to help build a clay-puddled pond at Barracks Lane Community Garden and learn a traditional skill at the same time.
PLANNING rules could be relaxed to allow new homes to be built in villages to relieve a housing shortage.
A team of street pastors in Wallingford is about to go on patrol for the first time to help the drunk and needy.
NIGHT-time police patrols have been increased across South Oxfordshire to combat anti-social Halloween pranks.
Hawkwell House Hotel in Church Way, Iffley, has had a £550,000 facelift.
Preparations are well under way for Banbury’s Christmas lights switch on, which will be performed by Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley.
The organisers of Didcot’s Christmas street fair have accused town council leaders of Scrooge-like behaviour after they failed to provide grant funding for the first time in 18 years.
ABINGDON’S Market Place could be brought to life under plans to allow people to enjoy a beer during special events and celebrations.
OXFORD Pubs are struggling like everywhere else, according to the creators of the new Oxford Pub Guide.
Yousif Shahab’s hat-trick helped Sutton Revolution turn their form around as they beat Tilehurst Titans 5-3 in the second round.
Kaylem Patterson hit a hat-trick in Oxford City’s 7-1 win over Banbury & District in the ESFA Under 15 Trophy second round at Ardley United.
Lee Smith’s double set Nuff-ield Arms on the way to a 5-2 win at Union Street.
Rover Cowley went goal crazy with an amazing 17-3 win at Abba Athletic in the Critchleys UTV League's Devenney Cup second round.
A licence compromise between a sports and social club and the residents which surround it has been reached after concerns were raised about noise.
VILLAGERS have been raising money for charity not from running a marathon, but by knitting in one.
One Bicester parking meter has literally gone green overnight after a council installed the district’s first solar powered ticket machine.
TWO men responsible for a string of city- centre street robberies have been jailed.
Nathan Blackwell’s double saw Freeland upset the formbook with a 2-1 home win over Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Adderbury Park.
Matt Holloway scored twice as Charlbury sprang a surprise with a 3-2 win at Eynsham in the Oxfordshire Charity Cup first round.
Didcot Town set up a visit to Ryman League Division 1 side Worthing after a 4-0 victory against Marlow in Tuesday night’s FA Carlsberg Trophy first-qualifying round replay at Loop Meadow Stadium.
Hat-tricks from Jonny Eudell and Jonny James gave Ardington & Lockinge a 7-4 victory at North Berks League Division 2 rivals Steventon in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup second round.
Abba Athletic extended their 100 per cent record in Division 1 with a 2-0 home win over Bloxham.
Andy Allum struck twice as Crowmarsh Gifford ended Benson AFC’s 100 per cent record in NOrth Berks League Division 1 with a convincing 4-0 victory.
OXFORDSHIRE’S two single-sex state schools are among the most improved schools in the county at GCSE in the past three years, new figures have shown.
Police are trying to track down a driver who failed to stop after colliding with a cyclist in Oxford Road, Abingdon.
Rob Hall once again showed why he is so highly thought of with a sublime double as Oxford United got back to winning ways at the Kassam Stadium last night.
A PRIVATE-HIRE driver has denied sexually assaulting a passenger in the centre of Oxford.
YOUR report (Oxford Mail, October 13, p.8) carrying the headline We don’t want Tesco in Jericho begs the question: who exactly is ‘we’ in this context?
IN THE recent Loose Ends column, Jason Collie states that it is important the Oxford Mail continues to cover the case of the county council versus the Wyatt brothers over alleged illegal dumping of waste at Waterstock Golf Club.
I AM grateful to Keith Mitchell (Oxford Mail, October 17) for throwing a glimmer of light onto the matter of councillors’ remuneration.
WE ARE told that it has recently been discovered that the treatment of the elderly in some 20 per cent of our hospitals is so appalling that these institutions are in fact in breach of the law.
ON Friday, October 21, I watched as a young girl on a pedal cycle, aged 12, collided with a car at the notorious Temple Road/Oxford Road junction in Cowley.
THE decision by this Government to remove the fuel duty rebate from coach companies, which allowed them to offer a discounted half-price fare to elderly and disabled travellers, will have a devastating effect on our most vulnerable citizens.
FOR nine months, experts have been using a hyperdermic needle and catheter tubing to slowly restore a single 2,750-year-old coffin.
Banbury town council’s planning committee meet tonight.
THANKS to all the wonderful staff at the John Radcliffe Hospital Intensive Care Unit, Section B, for the great care, attention and understanding shown to my partner, Brian Knight. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Despite their best efforts,…
This week, chairman of Oxford United Kelvin Thomas speaks about his time in charge and his pride in the team.
Hailey moved five points clear at the top of the Witney & District League Premier Division after crushing Spartan Rangers 4-0.
A GP cleared of sex charges remains suspended, the Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust has confirmed.
STANDING on the beach at Dunkirk 71 years ago, Les Collett never thought he would live to see his old age.